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Black drum fishing continued to be the highlight of the last 10 days. Seabass fishing in the ocean remains an option and we should see some flounder, both in the bay and ocean, in the catches as well. Thresher shark / seabass combo trips have begun and we'll continue them thru the end of the month. Next month we should have some good inshore wreck fishing for mixed bags of triggerfish, seabass, tog, and porgies. Croakers have arrived in the bay and should show up in the catches real soon.
The folks from Jim's Tree Service in Pine Forge, PA had a slow start to our afternoon drum trip but finished up strong harvesting six drum up to 75lbs. Steve Henry and family were off to a good start on their afternoon drum trip harvesting three nice drum fish to 73lbs before the wind came up against the tide and put an end to the trip.
Sean Wasmer and friends joined us for our first thresher/seabass combo trip of the season. We saw a couple thresher but never got the right bite so we settled for a dozen seabass in the box along with around fifty throw backs. The Smelystoys family joined us the following day for another thresher/seabass combo trip. We never saw a shark and the keeper ratio on the seabass was off quite a bit from the day before with plenty of throw backs. The same night Keith Conway and friends had a nice night of drum fishing harvesting four nice drum to 63lbs.
We have the weekend of July 4th available at this point for anyone wanting to get away with family and friends over the holiday. We'll have several options as far as the fishing goes in early July. We are already booking the 2008 drum season so if you missed it this year don't miss next years oppurtunity to catch a Delaware Bay tuna.
Capt. Carey Evans
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